Amy’s Kitchen is a family business, with every member of the family taking part. The company was started in 1987, when Amy was born. Her mom and dad, Rachel and Andy Berliner, carefully nurtured the company as well as the child, paying constant attention to every aspect of its day to day activities and providing the vision that has made Amy’s so successful. At Amy’s Kitchen, we make food in much the same way as you do at home. We start out with the freshest, organic vegetables we can find. We purchase high quality pastas, grains, beans and hormone free dairy from cows that are pasture raised. We make everything by hand. Our sauces are prepared in stages; first by heating oil, then adding aromatics and followed by fresh veggies and tomatoes. All the ingredients cook slowly until they reach their fullest flavor. In addition to their delicious taste, none of our products contain any GMO ingredients, so you can be sure the food you are eating is safe as well as nutritious.
- Fun alphabet shapes in a delicious soup featuring organic pasta and vegetables
- A favorite of kids and adults alike
- Made from wholesome, natural ingredients and prepared with the same careful attention you use at home
- USDA certified organic
- No GMO ingredients
Although I loved the ease and price of making this purchase online, when it arrived over half of the cans were very severely dented. A few so much so that it was almost impossible to order them.
I definitely have to reconsider where I purchase this in the future.
I love Amy’s because you can actually pronounce all the ingredients she uses–no chemicals, no preservatives, nothing you need a chemistry degree to decipher–and she makes pretty tasty food. Normally, I’m not a big fan of canned soups, but the Alphabet Soup is an exception. It’s a rich tomatoey broth with a few vegetables and pasta alphabets. I like soup without a lot of “clutter,” so to speak. My sole complaint is that the alphabet noodles are a bit mushy, but then what do you expect in a canned soup? Still, if you’re looking for something to warm you on a chilly or rainy day, Amy’s Fat Free Alphabet Soup fits the bill.
As I am writing this review, I am sitting here, at my computer, wolfing down the food because I’m starving.
I heated product in a saucepan over high heat for 5 minutes until boiling. Base tastes like regular tomato soup. Better than Campbell’s tomato soup, I would say. There are vegetables mixed in: corn, green beans, and carrots. Green beans and carrots basically turn to mush in my mouth, and I can barely taste them. Corn isn’t mushy, but doesn’t taste sweet. I suspect this has something to do with being canned in a tomato base. Alphabet noodles have a nice texture. Smooth, and not too mushy.
I love this soup. Very satisfying for something that is fat-free. Will re-purchase many times. I’m sure this would also make excellent kids’ food.
I will start off by saying I have yet to purchase this on amazon but I have purchased this at health food stores. So I can not say how it will arrive to you but i cant tell you about the taste.
Amy’s organic has consistently done a great job of creating delicious vegan/vegetarian organic food. This soup has a very similar taste to certain canned pasta product. It totally brought me back to my childhood. It is extremely delicious, low in fat and calories. It is a quick and healthy alternative to the old stand-bys we are used to. Whether to give your child a better lunch or a trip down memory lane for yourself please give this soup a chance.
I’m pregnant, and lately have been craving foods from my childhood (like peanut butter sandwiches, barbecue chips, apple juice). I’ve been in a soup mood lately and bought a bunch of Amy’s soups at Whole Foods. This soup is light and delicious, and tastes like spaghetti O’s! Of course it is more soup-like and healthier, but that’s what this reminded me of!
My kids love this soup and I love having a few on hand. It’s a reliable meal with some toast and cheese. I often add tofu to it to bump up the protein and they never notice.
This is my 7 year old son’s absolute favorite soup that he takes to school almost every day. Despite my attempts to broaden his taste buds he continues to insist that he wants this “red” soup every day with crackers. My husband and I have also tried it and it is quite delicious. Like all Amy’s products you can feel good about giving your child this soup. The ingredients are all organic and tasty. I have offered my son Campbell’s soups in a pinch when I have run out of the Amy’s Alphabet soup but he really doesn’t care for them. If you read the label on Campbell’s soup you will realize that they are loaded with junk.
Amy’s soups cost a bit more than traditional canned soup but I think the extra cost is justified in higher quality ingredients and delicious taste.